(Reuters) – The owner of dating app Bumble said on Friday it would revamp its holding structure and spend $100 million, as it looks to better compete with Match Group’s Tinder.
By Giuseppe Fonte and Francesca Landini MILAN (Reuters) – Italy’s industry ministry is open to discussions with any investor interested in the rescue of troubled carrier Alitalia, including
By Allison Lampert (Reuters) – Canada’s Bombardier is opening a new facility in California that will assemble rail cars for San Francisco’s rapid transit system by year’s end, and potentially serve
PARIS (Reuters) – Airbus said on Friday it had urged United Technologies to “keep its eye on the ball” in its role as a commercial aerospace supplier as it moves toward a planned merger with U.S.
By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. retail sales increased in May and sales for the prior month were revised higher, suggesting a pick-up in consumer spending that eased fears the economy
By Daphne Psaledakis MONS, Belgium (Reuters) – Belgium’s labor laws can apply to Ryanair employees based in the country, a local court ruled on Friday, in a case that could set a precedent elsewhere
By Douglas Busvine FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Volkswagen aims to raise up to 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) by listing truck unit Traton, it said on Friday, scaling back earlier ambitions to list up to a
By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) – European Union Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom is hoping U.S.
By Joshua Franklin NEW YORK (Reuters) – Chewy Inc said on Thursday it priced its initial public offering at $22 per share, above its target, and sold more stock than originally planned, valuing the